England to tune-up for 2024 T20 World Cup with series against Pakistan

The boards of both countries announced on Tuesday (July 4) that a four-match T20I series between England and Pakistan will take place in May 2024 before the men’s T20 World Cup in the Caribbean. Before travelling to the important ICC event in the West Indies, the winners of the most recent competition in Australia will play matches in Leeds (May 22), Birmingham (May 25), Cardiff (May 28), and London (May 30).

Babar Azam’s team will play five T20 Internationals against the Netherlands and Ireland before taking on England. The programs will make more details accessible.

England and Pakistan also engaged in a seven-match series in Pakistan before the 2022 T20 World Cup in Australia. England won a tight series (4-3) against these opponents before defeating them in the final trophy at the MCG.

Three T20Is and as many ODIs, the latter of which is a part of the ICC Women’s Championship, will also be played as part of a bilateral series between the women’s teams of the two nations. In fact, Heather Knight’s team will face the New Zealand Women in three one-day internationals and five Twenty-First Century Internationals from June 26 to July 17 at 14 various venues, including Headingley, Edgbaston, The Oval, and The Ageas Bowl.

After the World Cup, the English Men will start their summer of exams. For three Tests each, they will host the West Indies (July 10–30) and Sri Lanka (August 21–September 10). In September of next year, Australia, which is presently taking part in the Ashes series, will go to the UK to play white-ball matches (3 T20Is, 5 ODIs).

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